4 Things to Do With a Mathematics Degree

Study of mathematics in the university provides a gateway for you to land in the most prestigious careers. Careers requiring a degree in mathematics are quite numerous and include the following:

Careers in finance and accounting.

Many finance and accountancy careers require one to be a mathematics degree holder. The beauty about this career is that it covers all areas of every industry. In order for you to gain a competitive advantage in the employment market over others, doing a short finance and accounting professional course will be necessary.

Careers in banking

Career opportunities in banking can easily make you be spoilt for choice. This is due to the fact that these careers are quite numerous. For some jobs you will need to do banking or finance professional courses to qualify.

Actuarial careers

Actuarial careers involve being an actuary. An actuary is tasked with the role of evaluation of financial risk so as to provide informed advice to clients. It is important to note that working at high-risk financial area attract the most handsome remunerations as compared to low-risk areas.

Careers in statistics

Mathematics skills are also relevant in a field of statistics. Statistics exist in many industries: healthcare, communication, transport. A statistician’s job is mainly to collect, analyze, interpret and present data. A short course in IT will put you ahead of others in this field.

References

https://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/careers-advice/what-can-you-do-mathematics-degree

http://www.math.ucsc.edu/undergraduate/careers/

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